Hallelu – Cantor Avromi Freilich

Cantor Avromi Freilich sings Hallelu (Y. Rosenblatt) at a concert of Jewish song in aid of the Jewish community of Lvov.


Avromi Freilich, grew up in London and began his singing career there as a child prodigy at the early age of ten, when he performed a cantorial piece before an audience of 1500 at a family wedding of the late Chief Rabbi, Lord Immanuel Jakobovits. at the age of thirteen the famed Cantor Reuben Turner took him under his personal tutelage. 

Growing up, Avromi learned to sing bel-canto style and eventually decided to follow in the musical path of his grandfather’s family who were all great cantors in their own right.

Avromi studied cantorial singing and voice in Israel and then London. In 1994 at the young age of 21, he was appointed as full time chazan at the Prestigious Hampstead Garden Synagogue, Norrice Lea, where he continues to inspire his congregation at the weekly Shabbat services. Avromi possesses a lyric tenor voice with a unique richness and timbre.

He has been invited as guest chazan by some of the most important congregations in Europe, Israel and the USA.

He has held the same position ever since he began in 1994.

During his career, Avromi has performed in concerts with renowned cantors including his teacher Cantor Moshe Schulhof as well as with many of his senior contemporaries such as Benzion Miller, David Bagley, Moshe Stern, Naftali Herstik, Chaim Adler, Binyamin Muller and Yitchak Meir Helfgot.

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